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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 09, 1912, Image 7

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tified boy today at State and Van
Buren sts. Presbyterian Hospi
tal. Will Jive. '
Joseph Merochnich, N. Y. dia
mond importer, robbed of $27450
worth of diamonds and'$l,GGOby
two negroes at S. Michigan, av.
and Peck ct. Cat him nip with
kniyes.
Opposing factions of Socialist
party came" Xo Mows at Second
Regiment armor,y. Meeting to
discuss reorganization of their
newspaper.
Dr. J. M. Thorpe,-4801 S. Ash
land av., and wife injured in auto
dash. She will die.
Policeman Peter Raggio fell
into river at 18th st. trytbgto pie
vent Tony Kurtik from doing
same. Pulled out
Memory .of Robert Collyer,
founder of TJnity Church, hon
ored hy old friends. v -
Herman Huelke25, 1729, N.
Kedzie av., hanged self at W.
North av. police station.
Joseph Niemiec, Morton Park,
fatally injured by fall from rear
platform of 48th av. car. Wilte on
' way here from Poland.
"Votes for women would abol
ish insanity among fair sex."
Mrs. Laura G. Fixen, at meeting
of Women's Party of Cook
County.
Maggie Teyte, grand opera
star, sore at reporters who print
ed ah interview with her.
Government to try and tear
down wire-tapping defense of Dr.
W. T. Kirby, wrecker of private
bank.
State Senator John T. Broder-
ick, who has been dangerously ill
at home, 122 Aberdeen st., re
ported slightly improved.
By arresting 30 Chinese, police
believe they have prevented out
break of tong war in Chicago.
Auto bandit suspects arrested
by police prove to be wrong peo
ple. -
Edward Kerstam, 25, 2159 W.
12th st., shot and seriously
woundecf by Frank Scallon, 42,
2306 W. 12th st.
Rev. George Hooper Feris of
Philadelphia, at Sunday Evening
Club., said niilitant optimism is
needed.
IGardeiW City branch of Na
tional As&fciation of Letter Car-
ners ejeptea ameers in vvasmug
ton ftall, 19 W. Adams st.
Walter Dill Scott, Northwest
ern uniyersity professor, told
Suaddy Afternoon club that fu
ture of world is in grave doubt
because "people no longer stand
in awe of authority."
'Phonograph records of Sarah
Bernh,ardt's lines in her plays will
be made, sealed, and not opened
forone thousand years.
Stores of Nicholas Cardomoni,
meat marker, 813 S. Desplaines
St.; Christ Soski, saloon, 814 S.
Desplaines st, and Augustine De
nariav 812 S. Desplaines st,
wrecked by bombs. Cardomoni
has received threatening Black
Hand letters.
Dr. J. A. Adams, Congregation
alist minister, took issue with
Bishop J. H. Vincent, Methodist,
on value of revivals. Excitement
caused in South Park Methodist
church. Bishop defended revivals.
Miss Lena Nasser, 720 Sher-
JbJ'tjS J v.-- ..c - A ..Jft 3b-n.

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